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A Primer on Directional Similarity

Learn the basics of directional similarity

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Installment 1: Introduction to Directional Similarity
Installment 2: Similar Triangles and the Pythagorean Theorem
Installment 3: Excursus on the powers of the sine and cosine functions
Installment 4: Vectors and their components
Installment 5: The Math of Directional Similarity
Installment 6: Conclusion

Timeline For The EPR-Bell Paradox:

- Discovered by Einstein (1935)

- Shown to allow physically contradictory states by Schrödinger (1935)

- Baffling to Bohr, John Von Neumann, Feynmann and everyone who has attempted to learn quantum mechanics since 1935

- Led Bohm to consider superluminal interactions (1950s), and

- Hugh Everett to consider the existence of parallel universes (1957)

- Shown to be mathematically impossible to explain without non-locality by John Bell (1964)

- Bell's non-locality shown to be physically real by Alain Aspect (1982)

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An Updated Version of Newell's Article on Directional Similarity (first published in The Mathematical Scientist 39 (2014); approx. 300kb download)

Models For Violations of Bell's Inequality
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Covers Directional Similarity and Provides a Model for Quantum Interactions

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